Valuation of potential site of new Buncrana school carried out

 

Cllr. Rena Donaghey said any decision to axe the gynae ward would never have been made by a woman.

BUNCRANA school children are being taught in a ‘substandard, unhealthy environment’, according to one local county councillor.

Inishowen councillors were united last Tuesday in their calls to have the proposed three school campus in Buncrana progressed after it was revealed that a valuation has now been sent to the Department of Education on a potential site for the new super school.

However councillors say there needs to be more action in advancing the project and they will tolerate no further delays.

Speaking about the situation at the monthly meeting of the Inishowen Municipal District, Buncrana councillor Nicholas Crossan said the situation had been going on too long and as a result children in Buncrana were being taught in substandard schools’. He said they were in an ‘unhealthy environment’ and were ‘overcrowded’.

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